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Unification of Serbia and Montenegro 1918.: Remembering the commander of the Adriatic troops general Dragutin Milutinovic

dc.creatorŽivotić, Aleksandar
dc.description.abstractU radu su predstavljena sećanja komandanta Jadranskih trupa srpske vojske generala Dragutina Milutinovića na operacije srpske vojske na tlu Crne Gore 1918, sam čin proglašenja ujedinjenja Srbije i Crne Gore, pobuna protivnika načina na koji je ujedinjenje izvršeno, gušenje pobune i pokušaj normalizacije političkih i bezbednosnih prilika u Crnoj Gori.SR
dc.description.abstractSerbia and Montenegro, as two modern Serbian states, striven for mutual state. Only, after the victory in the Balkan wars and with the establishment of a common border, the unification of the two states has become possible. The beginning of the First World War postponed the start of talks on the unification of the two Serbian states. During the first two war years, despite a series of political and dynastic disputes inherited from the previous period, Serbia took over the maintenance and supply of the Montenegrin army, as well as the planning of joint military operations. The decision of the Montenegrin government to capitulate and not carry out a part of the army from the country in 1916 has particularly aggravated the mutual relations. Since 1916, the unification plan has been re-activated. The unification was not questioned, but there was no concrete plan to implement it in the work itself. Part of the Montenegrins who were in the ranks of the Serbian army insisted on unconditional unification and detonation of the Petrović dynasty. With the breakthrough of the Thessaloniki front and the successful offensive by the Serbian and allied military forces towards Montenegro, the issue of unity has opened up. The armed uprising in Montenegro, the entry of Serbian troops into its territory, the collapse of the occupation order and the majority determination for unification, especially in the Montenegrin North, have led to the future development of events. Elections of regional representatives were an introduction to the Podgorica Assembly, which brought the unification act. The way of implementing the unification itself, as well as the number of supporters of the deposed King Nikola, opened the way for armed and political struggles in Montenegro over the next decade.EN
dc.publisherVojno-istoriski institut vojske SCG, Beograd
dc.sourceVojno-istorijski glasnik
dc.subjectsrpska vojskaSR
dc.subjectPodgorička skupštinaSR
dc.subjectCrna GoraSR
dc.subjectBožićna pobunaSR
dc.subjectSerbian ArmyEN
dc.subjectPodgorica AssembleyEN
dc.subjectChristhmas RebellionEN
dc.titleUjedinjenje Srbije i Crne Gore 1918. - sećanje komandanta Jadranskih trupa generala Dragutina MilutinovićaSR
dc.titleUnification of Serbia and Montenegro 1918.: Remembering the commander of the Adriatic troops general Dragutin MilutinovicEN
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